Open source is in our DNA

Open source is in our DNA

The same thing that compels us to make Linux free and open source is in our DNA and many of humanity's greatest achievements.

05/26/16

10 more pointless (but awesome) Linux terminal tricks

10 more pointless (but awesome) Linux terminal tricks

Building on his original list of pointless but awesome Linux terminal tricks, Bryan Lunduke offers 10 more cool things you can do.

05/23/16

Where have all the MacBooks gone at Linux conferences?

Where have all the MacBooks gone at Linux conferences?

The days of open source people using MacBooks and running Mac OS seem to be ending.

05/02/16

Highly social Linux nerds worth following

Highly social Linux nerds worth following

If you're a Linux geek, you need to follow these 12 people. These are not companies or projects, but actual people, speaking for themselves, who are uniquely relevant in the Linux world.

05/02/16

LinuxFest Northwest 2016: Enterprises and hobbyists have a picnic

LinuxFest Northwest 2016: Enterprises and hobbyists have a picnic

Linux and open source enthusiasts gathered to learn about DevOps, Postgres, Free Software legal issues and a host of enterprise and cloud topics.

04/29/16

Meet the man behind Ubuntu MATE

Meet the man behind Ubuntu MATE

Bryan Lunduke talks with Martin Wimpress—the man behind Ubuntu MATE—about why he decided to make his own Linux distribution and the benefits of it compared with other desktop distros.

04/28/16

Companies must stop designing proprietary locked-down services

Companies must stop designing proprietary locked-down services

It’s possible to have convenient, powerful online services without worrying that one day we could lose everything.

04/26/16

Mark Shuttleworth: ‘Ubuntu keeps GNU/Linux relevant’

Mark Shuttleworth: ‘Ubuntu keeps GNU/Linux relevant’

Bryan Lunduke talks with Mark Shuttleworth, Ubuntu founder, South African entrepreneur and space tourist, about the importance of Ubuntu and why he’s dedicated much of his life toward it.

04/15/16

Ubuntu on Windows - The good, the bad and the just plain weird

Ubuntu on Windows - The good, the bad and the just plain weird

Yesterday, Microsoft (in cooperation with Canonical) announced Ubuntu... for Windows. In a nutshell this does for Windows what WINE does for Linux. It provides an emulation layer, on top of Windows, that allow x86 Linux binaries run....

04/01/16

Will openSUSE develop the SUSE Phone?

Will openSUSE develop the SUSE Phone?

I am currently in the process of interviewing the leaders of every single Linux distribution on the planet, with the goal of simply helping us all to better get to know the people behind the projects. Having just wrapped up...

03/31/16

Fedora leader: 'We want users to control their own computing destiny'

Fedora leader: 'We want users to control their own computing destiny'

Miller: 'We do have very lofty goals, but they're not necessarily tied to having Fedora directly installed everywhere or having the Fedora brand plastered on everything. We want a world where free and open culture is widespread, we...

03/28/16

Getting to know the man leading Fedora

Getting to know the man leading Fedora

Some years back, I had the good fortune to meet Matthew Miller – who has been the Fedora Project Leader since 2014 – and immediately liked the guy. Very easy to chat with. Opinionated... but reasonable. Friendly as all get out.

03/25/16

4 presidential candidates on 4 tech issues

4 presidential candidates on 4 tech issues

What follows are the four candidates, in the 2016 USA Presidential Primaries, who have (at the time of this writing) the largest number of won delegates -- and their viewpoints (with specific, cited quotes) on four issues of...

03/08/16

Elementary boss watches the Linux distro make great strides

Elementary boss watches the Linux distro make great strides

Bryan Lunduke reached out to the Big Kahuna of elementary OS, Daniel Fore, to have a nice, casual chat about the project. Where it's going, how it got to where it's at and what motivates the project founder.

02/29/16

Tails official mysterious during interview

Tails official mysterious during interview

Bryan Lunduke reached out to the official Tails Press mailing list but to whom he was asking questions to, he is unsure. Even so, he did give the run down on Tails' latest update.

02/25/16

Has open source hell frozen over?

Has open source hell frozen over?

Bryan Lunduke is lousy with compliments of Ubuntu.

02/23/16

Reviewing the Lenovo 11e: A sub-$300 Thinkpad with great Linux support

Reviewing the Lenovo 11e: A sub-$300 Thinkpad with great Linux support

A review of Lenovo's 11e laptop, an affordable and impressive laptop that supports Linux.

02/19/16

KDE Neon and the value of communication

KDE Neon and the value of communication

An article on KDE Neon riled up the Linux community, so I dug a little deeper to try to clarify the situation.

02/17/16

KDE's new Linux distro: Terrible idea, or simply a huge mistake?

KDE's new Linux distro: Terrible idea, or simply a huge mistake?

KDE's recently announced Linux distro, KDE Neon, seems like a questionable move that has the potential for disaster.

02/10/16

Linux conference season 2016 kicks off with SCaLE and FOSDEM

Linux conference season 2016 kicks off with SCaLE and FOSDEM

The 2016 Linux conference season will begin with the Southern California Linux Expo in Pasadena and FOSDEM in Brussels.

01/19/16

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